Just as you are looking forward to NVIDIA announcing the 7Nm a graphics card at GTC conference, the latest news shows that NVIDIA will not give up the 12NM Turing card so soon, and will also launch the 8GB display version of RTX 2060 graphics card.
On the certification page of EEC of Eurasian Economic Union, sharp eyed Netizens found that Asustek was about to launch three new Rog Strix series RTX 2060 graphics cards,The difference is that the display memory of these graphics cards is 8GB, which is not consistent with 6GB of RTX 2060。
RTX 2060 super graphics card is 8GB video memory. Is it possible that the models of these three graphics cards are wrong? It can't be ruled out completely, but Asus has released RTX 2060 Super Series graphics cards before, and it's not reasonable to push new cards of the same type now.
To sum up, asus is more likely to launch RTX 2060 new cards with eight significant GB, and this is obviously not an asus exclusive, it should be NVIDIA must continue to develop its strengths and squeeze out a new card in the already narrow market space
By contrast, the RTX 2060 6GB version is not quite different from the current RTX 2060 super. The former has 1920 CUDA cores, 192bit bit width and 6GB memory, while the latter has 2176, 256bit and 8GB memory.
If the RTX 2060 8GB version is launched, it means The bit width also increased to 256 bit, and the storage capacity increased GB 2 to 8, however, the CUDA core number should keep a gap, or it will be the same as the RTX 2060 super.
After amd launched RX 5600 XT, NVIDIA cut RTX 2060 graphics cards by $50 in mid-JanuaryFrom $349 to $299, but the domestic price has not changed much. So far, the mainstream price is still around 2199-2499 yuan.
Now if the RTX 2060 8GB video card is launched, NVIDIA should let it replace the current RTX 2060 position, and it is unlikely to increase the performance of 2GB video memory (CUDA core number and frequency remain unchanged), but the market attraction is still very good, after all, the previous 6GB vs. 8GB of friends will suffer losses.